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.... | May 201t6 Trains that Golf Pro, Kimball Golf Club passed in the night Kimball Golf Club News May 19 Vhe photography of 0. W,.sto. Practice & Prepartion guarantee success. In life as in Link The Cokato Museum will Ben Hogan wrote, "There golf there s no substitute for hard be host to the national travel- are no born golfers. Some have work and practice, ing display, Trains That Passed more natural ability than oth- Don't be too proud to take a les- In the Night: The Photography ers, but they've all been made." son. I m not.-Jack Nicklaus of O. Winston Link. The display Hogan, known for his devo- Make a game out of prac- officially opens to the public on tion to the practice range, com- tice. You're still a child at heart. - Memorial Day, May 30, and runs bined innate ability with relent- Harvey Penick less preparation. For his efforts, he Up Coming Events was rewarded with championship Saturday, May 21, Kimball after championship. Lions Scramble, noon start Whether it's school, the work- For more details, call (320) place or the golf course, prepara- 398-2285, or email kimballgolf tion is essential. Natural ability is club@gmail.com a wonderful thing, but it doesn't Golf the Game for Life Memorial Day program at Kingston Kingston's Memorial Day program begins at 10 a.m. Monday, May 30, at Kingston Veterans Park. In case of rain, will be held at Kingston Community Center. The speaker is Nancy Adams, member of Johnson Kelly Post 483 American Legion of Kingston. Refreshments to follow at Kingston Community Center. AARONLAABS JOIN OUR TEAM! NATHANB ~MCCANN ERICA MCCiNN ADAM LAABS ANTHONYLAABS RYAN MCCANN FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT YOU CAN MCCANN 320.905.2679 through Labor Day weekend. This photographic display features thirty-six stunning images taken by acclaimed rail- road photographer O. Winston Link, between 1955 and 1960, during the waning days of the nation's last great steam railroad, the Norfolk & Western Railway, which operated in the mid- Atlantic region states of Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, and West Virginia. Link spent countless weeks traversing almost all those states, encapsulating on film the lives of the railway workers, the commu- nities they served, and the peo- ple who depended on the rails for their livelihood. These images are richly detailed, beautifully shot, and are art and history and cul- tural preservation all rolled into one. The Cokato Museum is only the second museum in Minnesota to feature this display. Funding for Trains That Passed In The Night provided by the Cokato Historical Society, Central Minnesota Arts Board, the Arts & Cultural Heritage (Legacy) Fund, and the BNSF Foundation. Please note that no photogra- phy of any kind is allowed in the gallery of the images featured in the display. For more information, please contact the Cokato Museum, (320) 286-2427, or cokatomuseum @embarqmail.com. Trains That Passed In the Night: The Photography of O. Winston Link is organized by Thomas H. Garver and produced in col- laboration with the Center For Railroad Photography & Art, Madison WI (www.railroad-art. org). Federal and State Benefits* May Include: * Compensation Pension ............ Home Loans Medical Care Education . Burial Benefits Special Needs Grants Vocational Rehabilitation State Dental and Optical Care Dependent's and Survivor s Benefits Benefi~ subject to approval the E eparm~eut of Veterau s Mfalrs, RIDES AVAILABLE to medical appointments at the VA Medical Centers: Minneapolis (even day, ) mad St. Cloud (odd days). Schedule your ride- 320-693-,5445 0_,all me!. , Don Dufner ~-'L~#'g ~IIK" Meeker County Veterans Service Officer 320-693-5445 Donald.Dufner@co.meeker.mn.us Please catl Don er Linda Meeker County Faznilv Services Building 114 N Holcomb Ave, Suite 120, Litchfield minnesotaveteratL0rg Line It's EASY to renew or subscribe! By mail, phone, fax, web, or e-mail. (See order form on page 20.) Pick up a copy nearby: Watkins South Haven Jack's of Watkins South Haven Sports Stein's Thriftway Foods(Tesoro station) Kin :ston Kingston-Mini-Mart '! FDFF [/ Every day, c,,hoose from 6 I II ofourhest6 sandwiches, _1 n I nl! r I I_1 .~ , bag of chips, anda I Kegulor 0 :>UO l/ 21oz. fountain drink i rchme0fo6%d 0f tmlot I1 :brjust$6 [owyollvel mien .... I1 ~-!~: ra~llvnnt tmada ! greolerwoe~azzoz.sonor~ I[ ~ ~l~ | anyoS"Bro~roc~PmrmumtxDoubleStacked || P'-I~! "-validthru ~ ;~ ~LY AT: 24086 STATE HwY 15 (JUST N. OF LuxEueuRo ON HwY I5) 320-25t-4533 ! o~rated since 1929 Tim Ellis, Owner Auto Repair Oil Changes Alignments ,Tires Or subscribe and have it delivered to your mailbox Kimball Casey's General Store Gohmann's Foods Knaus Sausage House Tri- County News %~ Northwestern